Starting a course at University can seem daunting but don’t worry we are here to help!

Enrolment is the process of registering for your studies in the new academic year and a chance for you to keep us informed of important information such as your contact details and emergency contacts.

There are four steps to enrolment. Scroll down to find out how to get started...

Before you arrive

From mid August onwards, we’ll be emailing all students whose places at Royal Holloway have been confirmed. The email will include your IT username and password, and provide guidance on completing the first three steps of your enrolment.

Before you arrive
Online sign-up

Step 1: Online sign-up

To begin the process of enrolment you will need to complete online sign-up, the process where you confirm your personal details, contact addresses and study details.

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Tuition fee payment

Step 2: Tuition fee payment

As part of the enrolment process you will need to pay your tuition fees or have made arrangements for the payment of your tuition fees by a third party such as the Student Loans Company or a sponsor.

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Apply for your College Card

Step 3: Apply for your College Card

On completion of College enrolment, you will be entitled to receive your College Card. The card is your gateway to Library services, access into College buildings, your Students’ Union membership card and more.

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Identity check

Step 4: Identity check

The first time you enrol for a new programme of study at Royal Holloway, you will need to attend an identity check.

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If you have any questions about enrolment, please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions. Hopefully you’ll have found the answers you’re looking for in our FAQs, but should you need help or have any further questions about the enrolment process please contact us.

It is important that you complete College enrolment as soon as possible to ensure you have access to College facilities including the Computer Centre, College libraries, Campus Account facilities, the Students’ Union, lectures and seminars.  For further information please ensure you read the following guidance: